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Snowdon Charity Challenge 2018

Snowdon Charity Challenge 2018

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Conquer the Highest Mountain in Wales

At 1,085m you will encounter views like you've never seen before with Snowdonia's National Park at your feet. Experience the breath-taking and rugged scenery of North Wales, while raising money for communities in Nepal and Sri Lanka.

We only regret the opportunities we don't take... 

A decent level of fitness is required, along with suitable equipment; walking boots, trousers, waterproofs, rucksack, ample food & drink. Be prepared for up to 7 hours of rocky, steep paths. Plenty of walking up steep slopes in preparation is required to make your day a success.

Entry fee is only £35 - bookable above.

A team of guides will provide guidance and support along the route. Participants will receive a finisher's medal and refreshments.


The Rosie May Foundation was set up in memory of Rosie May Storrie, age 10, who was brutally murdered at a Christmas party in 2003. Immediate funds from overwhelming donations went to Sheffield Paediatric Intensive Care Unit which gave Rosie May very special care during the last precious 48 hours of her short life. Her family have built and fully fund the ‘Rosie May Home’ for Tsunami Orphans and abandoned girls in Sri Lanka giving them a future that Rosie May was denied. "Together We Can Make A Difference" www.rosie-may.com



The total you raise is up to you, but we would hope everyone taking part will aims to raise £200 or more via Virgin Money. 

Project Hope:

Project Hope in Sri Lanka offers single mothers at risk of abandoning their babies and children the support and opportunity to empower them to help them.elves, by improving their life chances and outcomes and those of their children.

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English Development Programme:

English Language Development Programme in Rural Schools is facilitated by volunteers to develop English conversation and act as teaching assistants during the English classes at the schools, equipment for after school clubs, swimming, IT, camera club and other extra-curricular activities are funded by the Rosie May Foundation.

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Re-build Nepal:

In October 2015 the strength and determination of the Rosie May Foundation was devotedly exhibited. A nine day trek through the Himalayan mountains was organised with the purpose of raising awareness of the aftermath of the devastating 2015 earthquake and raise funds to help children in crisis in Nepal. 

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Behold the sweeping valleys
Where the heathered slopes do lie, 
With rugged peaks that reach
Unto the ever-changing sky, 
Where Snowdon stands before me now
As clouds begin to break, 
Llanberis still the morning light
Now rests upon the lake.



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